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Kenya Kanjathi

Kenya Kanjathi

  • Sweet and juicy, reminded us of tinned mandarins with hint of blackcurrant on the finish.
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    Batain, Ruiru 11, SL28, SL34


    fully washed


    1900 masl


    Muranga County

Muranga County lies between the Eastern base of the Aberdare (Nyandarua) Range,

which forms part of the Eastern end of the Great Rift Valley, and the South-Western slopes of Mt. Kenya. The county is around 120km North west of the capital of Nairobi. This is where<span class="Apple-converted-space" data-mce-fragment="1">&nbsp; </span>Kanjathi wetmill (or factory) was established in 1971 under Kangiri Farmers' Co-operative Society and now works with 1,100 registered members, local smallholder farmers who cultivate typical Kenyan varieties (SLs, Batian and Ruiru 11). The combination of fertile volcanic soil, seasonal rainfall and high altitude provide the ideal climate for coffees characterised by high acidity, full body and ripe fruit flavours. This particular coffee is processed via pulping, fermentation for 12-48 hours, washing, and finally dried over a 2 week period until moisture content reaches 12%